Hoosier Company Recognized for Nanotechnology

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A Hoosier company was named ‘Best Nanotechnology-Driven Implant Company for 2018’ by Global Health and Pharma Magazine. Indianapolis-based regenerative technology platform company Nanovis was recognized for its breakthrough fixation and bactericidal technologies.

Founded in 2006, the company specializes in spinal implants with a focus on fixation. Nanovis has also been fine-tuning implimenting bactericidal capability to its fixation technologies.

“Nanovis is truly moving the needle on technology for surgeons and hospitals, which in turn, results in better options and outcomes for patients,” Chris LaMothe, CEO of Nanovis’ parent company, Elevate Ventures, said in a news release. “The Nanovis mission, combined with the talented team and breakthrough technologies, makes this recognition well-deserved. We are proud to call Nanovis an Elevate Ventures portfolio company and look forward to its continued success.”

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